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Sarah Smith


(Sarah Jordan Smith)
USA flag (b.1985)


Genres: Romance
 
Novels
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Who Rescued Who (2020)
Victoria Schade
"A charming, fish-out-of-water story about finding your heart and home in the place you least expect. After reading this book, I wanted to adopt a puppy and relocate to rural England. I absolutely adored it."
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The Marriage Game (2020)
Sara Desai
"I fell hard for The Marriage Game from the moment I read Layla and Sam's dynamite meet-cute. It's a hilarious, heartfelt, and steamy enemies-to-lovers romance."
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Paris is Always a Good Idea (2020)
Jenn McKinlay
"Paris Is Always a Good Idea made me smile, cry, swoon, and cheer. It's a beautiful, funny, and relatable story about finding yourself."
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Ties That Tether (2020)
Jane Igharo
"Ties That Tether was a roller coaster ride from page one and holy cow did I love it. Jane Igharo chronicles Azere's journey in such a beautiful, wrenching, and relatable way. As Azere struggled to find a balance between her love life, her own happiness, and the expectations of her family, I went through a whirlwind of emotions--and I adored every minute of it. I laughed and teared up and cheered and yelled. Best of all, Jane Igharo delivers a happily ever after that made me smile until my cheeks hurt. I tore through this amazing book, I couldn't read it fast enough."
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The White Coat Diaries (2020)
Madi Sinha
"Sinha tells a compelling story of self discovery and blends it beautifully with the chaotic world of medicine and the wrenching nature of love."
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Written in the Stars (2020)
Alexandria Bellefleur
"WRITTEN IN THE STARS had me hooked from the first page. It's an adorable and heartfelt romance with everything I adore: a killer meet-cute, loads of cute banter, steamy love scenes, all the feels, and a happily ever after that left me in happy tears. I fell head over heels for Elle and Darcy's love story. Alexandria Bellefleur's debut will have readers seeing stars in the best way."
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How to Fail at Flirting (2020)
Denise Williams
"How to Fail at Flirting is a powerhouse romance. Not only is it funny and charming and steamy, but it possesses an emotional depth that touched my heart. Naya is a beautiful and relatable main character who is hard-working, loyal, spirited, and determined to move on from an abusive relationship. It was thrilling to see her find her power in her personal life, her career, and through her romance with Jake. And I cheered when she claimed the happily ever after she so deserved."
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Heart on a Leash (2021)
(Hearts of Alaska, book 1)
Alanna Martin
"Heart On A Leash had my heart from page one...Whether you're a dog lover, cat lover, or romance lover, you're sure to fall head over heels for this book."
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The Summer Job (2021)
Lizzy Dent
"The Summer Job is an enthralling escapist story that so many can relate to. We all have secrets, we all want to escape our messy lives at times, and we all wish we could be someone else at one point or another. Dent weaves an engaging tale about the lovably flawed Birdy. She perfectly balances emotion with wit, humor, and joy."

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